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What more could Williams have done?

What more could Williams have done?

Williams was always unlikely to win at Silverstone, but could it have put up a stronger fight and should it have let Valtteri Bottas pull clear? BEN ANDERSON analyses the British Grand Prix

Lotus faced with winding-up order

Lotus faced with winding-up order

The Lotus Formula 1 team is confident of reaching a financial settlement with a number of creditors after being faced with a winding-up petition in the High Court

More teams on Aston Martin's radar

More teams on Aston Martin's radar

Aston Martin has had discussions with Williams and Force India as part of its evaluation of a return to Formula 1 next season, AUTOSPORT understands

British Grand Prix driver ratings

British Grand Prix driver ratings

High praise for a man outside the top six but a low rating for one of the victory contenders - BEN ANDERSON gives his assessment of the British Grand Prix performances

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Mercedes: Williams was wrong-footed

Mercedes believes the Williams Formula 1 team "probably got caught on the wrong foot" strategically in the battle for victory in the British Grand Prix on Sunday

Lotus faced with winding-up order

The Lotus Formula 1 team is confident of reaching a financial settlement with a number of creditors after being faced with a winding-up petition in the High Court

Button expected more crashes at back

Jenson Button is surprised McLaren's drivers have not been caught up in more first lap accidents given their poor qualifying performances in Formula 1 this season

Johnson 'shocked Dillon is even alive'

Jimmie Johnson admitted he thought Austin Dillon had been killed in the huge accident at the end of the Daytona NASCAR Sprint Cup race

Ferrari defends development strategy

Ferrari Formula 1 chief Maurizio Arrivabene has defended his team's development policy following a disappointing British Grand Prix weekend

F1 News

Mercedes: Williams was wrong-footed

Mercedes believes the Williams Formula 1 team "probably got caught on the wrong foot" strategically in the battle for victory in the British Grand Prix on Sunday

Lotus faced with winding-up order

The Lotus Formula 1 team is confident of reaching a financial settlement with a number of creditors after being faced with a winding-up petition in the High Court

Button expected more crashes at back

Jenson Button is surprised McLaren's drivers have not been caught up in more first lap accidents given their poor qualifying performances in Formula 1 this season

Ferrari defends development strategy

Ferrari Formula 1 chief Maurizio Arrivabene has defended his team's development policy following a disappointing British Grand Prix weekend

MotoGP News

Injured Bradl out of German MotoGP

Stefan Bradl will miss his home MotoGP race at the Sachsenring in Germany this weekend due to the hand injury he sustained at Assen

Aoyama back in MotoGP with Cardion

Honda test rider Hiroshi Aoyama will return to MotoGP to replace Karel Abraham in the Cardion team for next weekend's German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring

Marquez has 'nothing to lose'

Marc Marquez says he will take a 'nothing to lose' approach to the rest of the 2015 MotoGP season and just focus on winning races

Bradl to undergo surgery on scaphoid

Forward Racing MotoGP rider Stefan Bradl requires surgery on a fractured right scaphoid following a crash in Saturday's Dutch TT at Assen

Rallying News

Makinen to be Toyota WRC team boss

Tommi Makinen is expected to be announced as team principal of Toyota's new-look World Rally Championship effort on Tuesday

Latvala gets penalty after crash repair

Jari-Matti Latvala fell to fifth in the overall Rally Poland standings after his last-stage crash forced repairs to his Volkswagen and a penalty

Ogier scores fifth win in VW one-two

Sebastien Ogier claimed his fifth victory of the 2015 World Rally Championship with another commanding performance for Volkswagen on Rally Poland

Ogier fends off Mikkelsen in Poland

World Rally Championship leader Sebastien Ogier stabilised his Rally Poland advantage over Volkswagen team-mate Andreas Mikkelsen at 5.6 seconds with two stages remaining after a shortened afternoon loop

WEC News

Aston driver Goethe out of hospital

Aston Martin driver Roald Goethe is out of hospital and able to walk after sustaining two broken vertebrae in an accident during the Le Mans 24 Hours earlier this month

Ex-333SP team back to prototypes

The team that gave Ferrari's 333SP its first victory over 20 years ago will return to international prototype racing with the new Ligier LMP3 in the Asian Le Mans Series

Jos Verstappen plans Le Mans return

Ex-Formula 1 driver Jos Verstappen could be part of an all-Dutch squad at next year's Le Mans 24 Hours

Nissan ran without hybrid at Le Mans

Nissan has admitted that its front-wheel-drive GT-R LM NISMO LMP1 contender raced in last weekend's Le Mans 24 Hours without its hybrid system engaged

WTCC News

Loeb kicking himself despite win

Sebastien Loeb says he left his home World Touring Car Championship round kicking himself for his race two mistake and the points squandered rather than celebrating winning race one

WTCC finalises Qatar Friday switch

The World Touring Car Championship finale in Qatar will take place on a Friday at the Losail circuit, event and series bosses have announced

Lopez rejects Monteiro clash criticism

Honda's Tiago Monteiro slammed World Touring Car champion Jose Maria Lopez after their Paul Ricard collision, but the Citroen driver insisted he did not feel even 'one per cent guilty'

Lopez battles from eighth to victory

Jose Maria Lopez won the second World Touring Car Championship race at Paul Ricard to make it a clean sweep of Citroen victories at its home circuit

IndyCar News

IndyCar promises longer '16 calendar

IndyCar's current, cramped five-month schedule will not be repeated in 2016, even if that means pushing the end of the season beyond the series' preferred late-summer closing date

IndyCar admits surprise at 'pack race'

IndyCar head Mark Miles admits the series was suprised by how tightly the field was packed at the controversial Fontana race, but warned the backlash from some quarters was unacceptable

Power punished for Fontana incident

Reigning IndyCar champion Will Power has been fined $25,000 and placed on probation until the end of the year for pushing a track worker after his Fontana crash last weekend

Oval debuts for Filippi and Brabham

Luca Filippi and Matthew Brabham are both set to drive an Indycar on an oval for the first time on Wednesday when they take part in oval evaluation runs at Iowa Speedway

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